aortography


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aortography

[‚ā‚ȯr′tä·grə·fē]
(medicine)
Radiography of the aorta through a radiopaque dye injection.
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This case report highlights the role of TEE in localizing the exact site of aortic partial transection, which was at the isthmus in the posterior wall of the aorta very close to the left subclavian artery origin that was difficult to image by standard views of aortography.
Four cases demonstiating left subclavian steal on aortography.
Aortography demonstrated that the left subclavian artery totally occluded at the proximal (figure 2).
It has been demonstrated that, while performing aortography, the closer to the renal arteries the injection of contrast medium occurs, the higher the risk of AKI will be [104].
Kauppila LI, Mikkonen R, Mankinen P, Pelto-Vasenius K and Maenpaa I, MR Aortography and Serum Cholesterol Levels in Patients with Long-Term Nonspecific Lower Back Pain, Spine, 29(19);2147 - 52, Oct.
Thoracal aortography by catheterization from the radial artery; preliminary report of a new technique Acta Radiol 1948; 29:178-180.
5 cm and larger, and, thus was undergone to detailed examination, including Doppler's ultrasound of brachiocephalic arteries and arteries of lower extremities, ECG, Echo CG, Seldinger's aortography and colonoscopy.
Aortography was initially performed via insertion of a pig-tail catheter and followed by selective renal arteriography to elucidate any pathology related to the iatrogenic injury.
The patient underwent aortography followed by selective angiography.
Pre-stent deployment thoracic aortography confirmed a large contained thoracic aorta pseudo-aneurysm originating just below the origin of the left subclavian artery (LSA) (Fig.